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Topic - Center For Chinese Studies
The killing of a South Korean coast guard officer by a Chinese fisherman should have been tailor-made for China's CCTV News as it embarks on an ambitious plan to become a global network with assertive international coverage.
The killing of a South Korean coast guard officer by a Chinese fisherman was a story tailor-made for China's CCTV News as it embarks on an ambitious plan to become a global network with assertive international coverage.
Propaganda pieces produced in China four decades ago during the Cultural Revolution have been unearthed in a storage room at the University of Michigan _ a rare find in either the U.S. or its country of origin, experts said.